Bright Memory: Infinite Receives New Screenshots, New Gameplay Trailer Coming June 10th

New screens showcase action-packed set-pieces and new foes. Gameplay development also appears to be complete, as per FYQD-Studio.

Posted By | On 07th, Jun. 2021

Bright Memory Infinite

Following a relative lack of new details in the past few months, first person action title Bright Memory: Infinite has received some new screenshots. Developer FYQD-Studio also announced that all of the gameplay had been developed and that the studio was entering the dubbing and music stage. There will be also be a new trailer with gameplay on June 10th at GameSpot’s Play for All streams.

Bright Memory: Infinite was announced following the release of Bright Memory: Episode 1 and is essentially a remake in terms of the story. The protagonist is still Sheila and she’ll be clashing with General Lin of the Supernatural Science Research Organization. For the most part, the game’s supernatural setting and enemies appear intact as seen in one of the new screenshots.

Bright Memory: Infinite is coming to Xbox Series X/S and PC in 2021 (with a PS5 version planned for later). Perhaps a release window will be revealed alongside the new gameplay trailer. Stay tuned for more details in the coming days.


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